resolving; causing solution; solvent.
Medicine/Medical. a remedy that causes resolution of a swelling or inflammation.
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How to use resolvent in a sentence
This general theory of resolvent degree also shows that Hilbert’s conjectures about sixth-degree, seventh-degree and eighth-degree equations are equivalent to problems in other, seemingly unrelated fields of math.
It speaks to big, unexplored mathematical landscapes in unimaginable dimensions — but it hits a brick wall at the lower numbers, and it can’t determine their resolvent degrees.
Dr. Pereira and others ascribe to Sulphur a resolvent and liquefacient action.The Action of Medicines in the System | Frederick William Headland
Evidently the method gives for L a quadric equation, which is the “resolvent” equation in this particular case.
The juice is employed for the coughs of childhood and externally as a resolvent for enlarged cervical glands.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines | T. H. Pardo de Tavera
British Dictionary definitions for resolvent
serving to dissolve or separate something into its elements; resolving
something that resolves; solvent
a drug or agent able to reduce swelling or inflammation
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